I like what you`re saying. If you`ve written a book about your spontaneous chords, I`ll read it. The third agreement describes the question of whether assumptions are made as to how it leads to suffering and why individuals should not participate in doing so. If you assume what others think, it can create stress and interpersonal conflict, because the person thinks that his hypothesis is a representation of the truth. [10] Ruiz believes that one solution to overcome the adoption act is to ask questions and ensure that communication between those involved is clear. [9] Individuals can avoid misunderstandings, sadness and drama by not taking any assumptions. [1] I think it is certain that we agree; Convictions should be tested constantly, otherwise they cannot be trusted. However, I will not agree with the idea that you have to follow all roads that are not regulated and do everything they “feel” is happy. Our feelings are limited by the sum of our thoughts, our thoughts are limited by the sum of our knowledge. Good morning, Jefferson. Thank you for continuing to contribute to this debate. Don Miguel writes indeed about good and evil, truth and lies.

He also writes about science and causality, which he knows well because he was trained to become a doctor. I suggest you go directly to the source if you are really interested, because we all give you used accounts that are filtered through our own prejudices. I have the impression that you will find some value in his writings. Points to Be Aware Of: This is good advice to help you become less responsive, defensive and retaliatory, but keep it in balance. While everyone has their own prejudices and there is no real objectivity, you can, by never taking anything personally, your ability to see your own negative patterns and biased ideas, really limit and work towards the development of healthier models and lucid thoughts. As Scott Peck says in The Road Less Traveled: “The problem of distinguishing between who we are and what we are not responsible for in this life is one of the greatest problems of human existence.” Thank you, Allan, for sharing your wisdom. I am honored that someone of your stature would take the time to read my article and clarify the importance of the agreements. The four agreements© were published in 1997 and have sold about 9 million times. He has been on the New York Times bestseller list for nearly a decade. Everything we do is based on agreements we have made – agreements with ourselves, with other people, with God, with life. But the most important agreements are those we make with ourselves. If I have to name four betrayals that I usually do to myself, will they be? As for intransition, this word certainly has the connotation of perfectionism, and if we take it that way, we would indeed go crazy.